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New IBM Fellows push computing frontiers

5/4/2011 05:34 PM EDT
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re: New IBM Fellows push computing frontiers
DrQuine   5/6/2011 11:47:15 PM
Thanks for the update - in an era when the news is filled with trials and tribulations, it is welcoming to hear about successful research that is being recognized. Already some of the results of these research projects are becoming visible; it will be interesting to see the impact of the others. Any predictions of unexpected capabilities that they may enable?

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